The constitution of Pakistan defines our country as an
"Islamic State". Pakistan is predominantly a State
established for Muslims but many non-Muslims have been living here
since its establishment. The constitution of Pakistan stands for equality
and justice for all people regardless of caste, gender, religion, region and
language. Qualitative methodology has been used. The available data
will be taken from the various governmental institutions. In this research
the researchers draw an Islamic Republic of Pakistan Constitutional
scenario. It will not only shed light on the exact image of Pakistan's
religious minorities, but it will also explain their freedom to follow their
religion's teachings and pursue their customs and traditions.
1-Anita Wilson: Ph.D Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.2-Samina Saeed: Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.3-Aziz Ur Rahman: Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations and Political Science, Qurtuba University Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
Freedom of Religion, Constitution of the Pakistan, Religious Minorities, Islam, Fundamental Rights.